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Last chance to Come Dine With Gordo at Ramsons

Come with us to Ramsons for a seven-course belter and Come Dine With Me gossip – final places remaining

Published on October 20th 2010.


Last chance to Come Dine With Gordo at Ramsons

Heard of Ramsons, up in deepest, darkest Ramsbottom?

It’s one of Gordo’s personal top fives, it was The Good Food Guide’s Restaurant of the Year last year, and is run by some very weird people who deliver absolutely fabulous food. Gordo’s last review can be found here.

Gordo has booked it out on Thursday 28 October and is inviting 35 people to come and have dinner – a seven-course menu put together by himself and his little pal, the mad elf who owns the place, Chris Johnson.

Little Chris, possibly one of the top three Italian wine specialists here in the UK, has picked the wines to go with the meal.

And what a meal:
Amuse Bouche with your glass of (very good) Prosecco

Seared Shetland Scallops, matched with Bucci

Wood Pigeon Breast, matched with Autari (Barbera)

Brown Shrimp (Morecambe Bay) Ravioli, with Boca di Rosa (an Umbrian ‘pink’ that is lovely)

Lyme Park Venison with a Cabernet Sauvignon di Colli de Berici

British Cheese Board selected by Gordo, with a good Late Bottle Vintage Port

Gordo’s favourite pudding of the year so far, Marmalade Sponge, with a glass of Brachetto.

It's £79.50 a head all in, including a free coach laid on from Manchester Central at 6.30pm to take you up to Ramsbottom and bring you all back later, so you can have a drink and you don’t have to worry about getting lost.

Schofield is coming to keep you all entertained on t’bus and Gordo is going to do an ‘after dinner speech’ telling (nearly) all about his experience on Come Dine With Me...you will be rolling about laughing.

First come, first served, use the PayPal button below to order your places.

Photographs are from the previous menu

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